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Cyberstalking Ad Lands Toyota in Court
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According to the article, Amber Duick is suing Toyota over an ad campaign which she claims has caused her great distress. The advertising campaign was radical and tried to play a prank on unsuspecting customers. However, the core issue was that it was infringing into private information of customers which was unethical. The plaintiff in this case, Amber Duick, started receiving emails from a fictitious person who claimed to have got into law problems and wanted to meet her. The emails contained Duick’s private contact information which caused her great stress. Both Toyota and Duick have put forth their argument. It is now up to the jury to decide the outcome of the case.

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